I am a graduate student at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics where I work with the Berger Cosmic Transients Lab. My research focuses on time-domain astronomy, from tidal disruption events to fast radio bursts and superluminous supernovae, with a particular emphasis on the radio properties these events. In the past, I worked as part of the Long Wavelength Array collaboration based out of the University of New Mexico.
Though I’m East coast bound for the time being, I’m a desert dweller at heart, hailing from the enchanted mountains of Northern New Mexico.
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